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   Daniels, Banister. New. (CC)  

    September 6, 2010
    6:00 - 6:30pm EDT  

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still trying to determine exactly what happened. they're not sure what if any thing provoked the attack. sirens alerted a baltimore county councilman of something was happening near his home. >> i was working on my computer and my wife says you better go see what is going on. >> still under investigation as a police-involved shooting at the shopping center in randallstown. police say an officer responded to a collar around 7:45 and monday morning about a suspicious man. they say the man parked his suv at the front of the shopping center. >> the subject appeared to be emotionally disturbed. >> after the first patrol car arrived, the man began attacking the officer. they say the officer used his patrol car door to push the man away. >> there was a struggle over the
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officer's weapon, at which time a second officer pulled up to this team, observed what was going on and shot the suspect in the chest two times. >> the shopping center remain closed as police tried to sort out what happened. the officers are now on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation. store managers and business owners were shocked. >> its life and things happen, but there's no area where there's not going to be any crime. we're not going to change anything. we're going to keep doing what we have been doing. >> so far, police have not release the identity of the man tried they say he is in critical but stable condition at shock trauma. >> tonight, a baltimore teenager is behind bars charged in a deadly shooting last month. according to police, the 70- rolled was one of three suspects
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to approach a 30-year-old as he sat in his car in brooklyn park. detectives believe hill tried to drive off and he was shot. baltimore city police have identified a man who was shot in west baltimore. they say he was shot around the clock on baker street and later died in shock trauma. no word on a suspect or possible motive. >> people in college park are on edge after a second week with a string of robberies. the victims are being attacked by group with the latest incident on saturday morning when a student was walking along hartwig road. the victim said he was approached by four individuals, tackled and robbed. >> we encourage people traveling late at night or early in the morning to try to travel in pairs to let people know where you are going.
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>> please have launched a campaign of the dangers between 2:00 and 4:00 in the morning. a construction worker is recovering after nearly being buried alive on the job. a six-foot trench partially collapsed on a man working in district heights yesterday afternoon. co-workers managed to dig him out so that his body was free but it took several firefighters to get him completely free. >> the attorney general is warning candidates and their supporters about campaign literature. he says his officer has seen handouts' falsely implying endorsements by state and local leaders. there have been incidents of fraudulent and inaccurate voter guides. he says all complaints will be fully investigated. campaign sign vandalism is also being investigated.
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one candidate says some used a box there to cut up her campaign signs. >> it a malicious act. signs are part of the democratic process. part of that is getting a recognition and it is distressing that people would go to this length. >> she says the science should encourage people to get out and vote and replacing them will be difficult. >> the race for governor is in full swing with the first at from the republican challenger and former governor, bob ehrlich, out now. it hit the air this weekend. >> in his first television ad in his race to get his old job back, republican bob ehrlich reintroduce himself to maryland voters. >> i'm not the kind of guy who likes to hang on the sidelines.
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>> we showed the spot to a political analyst. >> it was a perfect opening at. >> he says it mashes o'malley's positivity and the ads look good from the blue sky to his blue shirt. >> it is a very subtle thing, but it's very important as to getting the mood of the candid it. >> his goals are to help small- business, protect the bay, and fix the budget. the o'malley campaign e-mail us with a response to the ad. in his pipe in the sky and, bob ehrlich is distorting the facts and making more and the promises as he tries to run away from his record as the biggest spending governor in maryland history. the ad does not provide
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specifics as to how he will accomplish the goals. >> voters want to know how you are going to help us out of the recession. >> the ad also says that maryland has a dangerous debt, higher taxes and not enough jobs. says he'malley campaign raised taxes and hurt small businesses. tonight at 11:00, david collins will take a closer look at the ad. and this reminder -- early voting resumed today despite the holiday. officials say nearly 23,000 people cast their ballots on friday and saturday. all 46 voting locations will be open to thursday. our coverage continues on our web site, wbaltv.com. we have a complete voter guides. you can find that and everything under the politics section of
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wbaltv.com. i hear it was a bit of a scary thing -- details on the justin bieber concert ahead. >> a dramatic scene along a southern highway captured on camera. >> and wrapping up the maryland state fair. >> one of the busy holiday for the ravens -- big name receivers coming and going. all the details on a day with two big moves later in sports. >> beautiful summer weather as the rain is staying to the north but we could actually use a little bit. we will check your forecast, as of late summer sunshine and 80 degrees at the airport.
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>> some highway heroics in georgia, on a share of some- camera. they saw a car completely engulfed in flames. the deputies jumped into action. despite explosions, they were able to play 56-year-old man out of the car alive. he remains in hospital tonight. they say all good things must come to an end and that is the case for the maryland state fair. >> today is the last day of the 11 best days of summer. officials say it was a very good year. >> this is the 129th maryland state fair and officials say it has been a good one. >> the crowd came out for the last day. before noon it was already crowded. the manager says it has been a good run this year. >> we are running a little bit ahead.
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it is a little better that was last year? >> it is a little better than last year. >> people say there are having a good time. >> are you having a good time? >> this is my first time coming this year. >> i come every year. >> to you like the riots? >> yes. >> every year, they have all kinds of rights. i thought this was a little crazy for me. but this ride is called high roller. if you went on this, something is not right with you. let's get this thing. not only does it with your around, take you upside-down, back and forth, come on. >> you have to be crazy to get on this thing. >> no way. >> those who took a chance seem
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to love it. >> how was that? >> like being in a washing machine without water. >> the july get? >> you are not afraid at all? >> i was a frail little bit. >> for me, this is more my speed. officials tell me they're already working on next year's fair. >> thousands of fans came down with a bad case of fever this weekend -- justin bieber finally made his appearance at the state fair last night. tickets sold out in just a few minutes. after meeting some of his fans, we caught up with some young girls who proudly displayed that fever. >> can you breathe right now? >> know. >> he sings about me. >> how do you know that? >> he sings to me. >> he's talented, he is smart, and he is hot.
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>> she has a bad case of the fever. today is the last day of the fair. it is free and easy to send us your pictures. log on to wbaltv.com and click on u local. >> it hard to expect better weather than we've had, with comfortable temperatures and dry conditions and sunshine. 82 degrees. inner harbor was a little warmer. 85 in the afternoon. we are close to that and will level off for the next day or so. almost 5 inches of rain.
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it was not associated with the tropical system. here are the morning lows we saw across the state. just west of deep creek lake -- deep creek lake, all in the low 40's. unofficial upper '30's reported in some spots out west. westminster up to york and lancaster in the '40's. low 50s were common in some areas of the eastern shore. even ocean city had a cool morning. sunshine and warmer with low 80s, and around the baltimore area. the winds turning to the south today, bringing in more moisture in the atmosphere will not see the wide range of temperatures. probably not as cool tonight as last night. showers around pennsylvania with light rain.
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the normal low as 60. we will be around that for the overall low tonight. the much-needed rain is not coming into the picture yet, but this system might drag a friend through with a chance for a sprinkle on wednesday morning. tomorrow, a lot of sunshine with the front reaching ohio, crossing the mountains and falling apart, delivering a sprinkle wednesday morning before it moves off the coast. the dry and cool weather returns for the second half of the work week. warm tomorrow and humid, we may hit 90 in some spots. a small craft advisory is expected tomorrow afternoon. 81 and the sunshine tomorrow. upper 80s to near 90 degrees. the lower eastern shore, if you could stretch out your labor day, it will be beautiful down
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there. the remnants of that storm are working their way toward the caribbean. but more importantly, it is a tropical storm hermine in the gulf of months ago. it looks like a threat to taxes. does not have a chance to really get going. it is within 100 miles of ground sell. it will fall apart as it makes its way into the plains state. much more of the same and warmer and a little more humid. the front arrives with a 20% chance of a sprinkle. we will have lows back down in the '50s. >> of the raven's face the jets in the season opener one week from tonight.
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they will see the quarterback, agreeing to a four-year deal. and they will have a new receiver when they square off against jets. they signed t.j. houshmandzadeh and traded mark clayton to save lives. one day after seattle released them, the former bengals receiver falls into the raven's hands at huge discounts. seattle gets stuck with the rest. houshmandzadeh gives the raven's a big target and dependable hands. he spent the first eight years of his career with the bengals. make room for houshmandzadeh, mark clayton was traded to st. louis. a former first-round draft pick, he had a career low 34 receptions and only one catch in two playoff games.
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mark clayton caught to enter 34 passes and 12 touchdowns but never had a 1,000 yard -- never emerged as a no. 1 receiver. >> he will definitely be ready to go in week one. he will start working on the play but tomorrow. he's been in the system before once or twice. mark clayton, at lot of chance to talk to the rams about him today. they're very excited to have them. >> huge crowds at the stadium -- we cannot show you the highlights of the game still in progress but right now, the navy -- the navy has fumbled the ball three times a year the goal line. we will hear from both teams and
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show you highlight tonight at 11:00. one day after getting his 900 clear when coming as first shot at the yankees since taking over as orioles manager. the orioles open the season with a 4-3 win in the bronx. not anymore -- alex rodriguez, his 22nd home run of the season. fifth just like that, tied one apiece. all tied at 3. the orioles continue to bounce back in the seventh inning. the lead stand as the orioles
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beat the yankees in new york 4- 3, the final to open up that series. >> a fairly busy day. >> take a breath. we know everyone's looking for ways to save. why not save on car insurance? [ coin drops ] [ high-pitched voice ] thanks. [ normal voice ] you're welcome. get a free quote at progressive.com.
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>> a stabbing near penn station is under in canada -- is under investigation. we're checking bob ehrlich's new tv ad. those stories and more at 11.
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>> you could not have asked for a nicer stretch of weather. >> most likely, this was beautiful for labor day weekend. fifties' this morning, not quite as school tonight, down to 60 on average rate almost 90 tomorrow but then a cold front will usher in a fall-like air for the weekend. we're hoping that will trigger some showers, but it's only running a 20% chance of widely scattered showers and then back
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to the dry weather which makes you think about football. >> you are thinking about that before the temperature change. >> but now it will feel like football. >> one week from tonight, the ravens kickoff the season at the new meadowlands stadium -- new meadowlands stadium. >> thank you for joining us. nbc nightly news with brian williams's up next.
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as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or
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republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message.